Massachusetts Housing Authority


The Massachusetts Housing Authority is made up of several local city and county branches that cover most of the population. Massachusetts has lots of programs that cover both voucher programs for housing and public housing if they're available. Massachusetts Housing Authority branch locations can help you with several different things, including applying for programs, helping to find new housing, or with any issues that you might be having with your current living arrangement. Depending on your income, you will get either part or all of your housing payment covered by the government. To get more information about your local MA Housing Authority, select form either the city or county near you below:

County Housing Authorities

MA032 Newburyport County Housing Authority

Address: 25 Temple Street, Newburyport, MA, 01950-2713

Phone: (978) 465- 7216 Ext 0

Fax: (978) 463 - 3080

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MA012 Worcester County Housing Authority

Address: 40 Belmont Street, Worcester, MA, 01605-2655

Phone: (508) 635- 3000 Ext 0

Fax: (508) 635 - 3186

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MA002 Boston County Housing Authority

Address: 52 Chauncy Street, Boston, MA, 02111-2325

Phone: (617) 988 - 4000

Fax: (617) 988 - 4027

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MA026 Northampton County Housing Authority

Address: 49 Old South Street, Northampton, MA, 01060-3849

Phone: (413) 584- 4030 Ext 211

Fax: (413) 582 - 1350

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MA094 Franklin County Regional Housing Authority

Address: 42 Canal Rd., Turners Falls, MA, 01376-Additional Address Information

Phone: (413) 863 - 9781

Fax: (413) 863 - 9289

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MA187 Berkshire County Regional Housing Authority

Address: 1 Fenn St, 4Th Floor, Pittsfield, MA, 01201-Additional Address Information

Phone: (413) 443- 7138 Ext 223

Fax: (413) 443 - 8137

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City Housing Authorities

MA036 Newton Housing Authority

Address: 82 Lincoln Street, Newton Highlands, MA, 02461-1551

Phone: (617) 552 - 5501

Fax: (617) 964 - 8387

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MA028 Framingham Housing Authority

Address: 1 John J. Brady Drive, Framingham, MA, 01702-2307

Phone: (508) 879 - 7562

Fax: (508) 626 - 0252

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MA157 Medway Housing Authority

Address: 600 Mahan Circle, Medway, MA, 02053-Additional Address Information

Phone: (508) 533- 2434 Ext 0

Fax: (508) 533 - 3402

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MA008 Chicopee Housing Authority

Address: 128 Meetinghouse Road, Chicopee, MA, 01013-1830

Phone: (413) 592- 6132 Ext 0

Fax: (413) 594 - 7750

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MA045 Weymouth Housing Authority

Address: 402 Essex Street, Weymouth, MA, 02188-4214

Phone: (781) 331- 2323 Ext 15

Fax: (781) 335 - 8214

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MA035 Springfield Housing Authority

Address: 60 Congress Street, Springfield, MA, 01101-1609

Phone: (413) 785 - 4500

Fax: (413) 785 - 4516

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MA117 Stoughton Housing Authority

Address: 4 Capen Street, Stoughton, MA, 02072-Additional Address Information

Phone: (781) 344- 6599 Ext 113

Fax: (781) 341 - 1957

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Finding Affordable Housing in Massachusetts

For a lot of Americans, finding affordable housing can be a struggle. This is where your local housing authority can come in handy – whether you're a person who is below the poverty line, an elderly person that's searching for subsidized retirement accommodations, or a disabled person, you probably qualify for some kind of subsidized housing. We encourage you to search for your local Massachusetts housing authority by clicking on the links above to begin your journey to a more comfortable state of living. We've got a list of the addresses, websites, emails, and phone numbers that can help you find the place you deserve.

OfficialHousingAuthority.com is a comprehensive database of information about housing authorities. Public housing was created to provide safe and decent rental housing for low-income families, senior citizens, and persons with disabilities. Units that are provided by Massachusetts public housing provide a large variety of living arrangements, from single family houses to apartments with care for elderly people. Currently, 1.2 million households live in public housing, which is overseen by around 3,300 housing authorities. We try to keep our information as accurate as possible, but if you find any inaccuracies, please contact us.